Running light, Chicago & North Western GP7 4207 pauses at the station at Marinette, Wisconsin.
A "Baby" or "Junior" FM Trainmaster is at the Marinette Station while the crew goes for beans. This is the "as delivered" scheme and is rather faded by now.
The westbound local is running through the weeds on its way towards Crivitz.
The head end brakeman (or fireman) gives a friendly wave to the 17 year old kid taking this photo as the train heads south towards Green Bay, WI.
The "Sunday Afternoon" passenger train is crossing the Menominee River southbound late in the afternoon.
Taken on Kodachrome II film with available light for about 2 minutes at f 8 (if I remember right!).
Double headed SW1s!! Here is a local job switching the Marinette, Wisconsin Milwaukee Road yard in the late afternoon. Kodachrome II film.
Ready to head west towards Crivitz, WI.
A C&NW local freight passes through Marinette, WI on June 9, 1983 on the way it its next job. It was a pleasant day, good reason for some time on the front porch.
Returning home from a few days in Wisconsin I was greeted with this sight on the E&LS at Marinette. The GB&W Alco was on lease and looked plenty modern compared to E&LS Baldwins 202 and 214 as uni... (more)
2 S-1's in the Marinette, Wisconsin yard waiting for the call to duty on a pleasant summer afternoon.
This southbound train is about to cross a Milwaukee Road spur after picking up some loads of pulpwood. Note the semaphore signal protecting the diamond. Kodachrome II film.
The "Noon Freight" is heading into the siding at Marinette for lunch break. Not much traffic this day. Kodachrome II film.
3 FM H16-66 units are setting off cars at the yard in the late afternoon. This was what we called the "afternoon freight". It is southbound. Taken on Kodachrome II film.